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NATO - AECTP-250

Electrical and Electromagnetic Environmental Conditions

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 11 February 2009
Status: inactive
Page Count: 128
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General

The purpose of the series of leaflets in AECTP-240 is to present characteristics, data samples and sources for mechanical conditions, particularly vibration and shock that influence the design of defence materiel. The information is amplified and extended by the identification of potential damaging effects of these conditions on defence materiel and also by providing advice on the selection of suitable test methods. Guidance is also given on the determination and validation of environmental test severities from actual measured data.

This series of leaflets provides sufficient data on mechanical conditions for an item of defence materiel which, when used in conjunction with AECTP-100, 300, 400 and 500, should facilitate the development of a comprehensive and cost effective set of environmental tests in response to project environmental requirements

Document History

December 18, 2014
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
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January 13, 2011
Electrical and Electromagnetic Environmental Conditions
GENERAL The purpose of the AECTP 250 series of leaflets is to present characteristics and sources for electrical and electromagnetic conditions that influence the design and operation of defence...
AECTP-250
February 11, 2009
Electrical and Electromagnetic Environmental Conditions
General The purpose of the series of leaflets in AECTP-240 is to present characteristics, data samples and sources for mechanical conditions, particularly vibration and shock that influence the...

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